Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank said Eurozone pressures and new regulations in the UAE will hit earnings for the rest of 2012.
The port operator said that it handled 28.2 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent container units) in the first half of the year.
The amount collected by the Dubai government’s online payment services in the first half of 2012 increased 21 per cent year-on-year.
Dubai International Centre will split into DIFCA and DIFC Property arms to boost its development.
The UAE recently granted a licence to Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp for the construction of the country’s first nuclear reactors.
Increased revenues from national housing projects boosted the profit made by the Abu Dhabi-based property developer.
Health club chain on an aggressive expansion spree across the Middle East with a target of 100 clubs in the next five years.
The Dubai-based developer posts first half profits of $208.82 million, up 36 per cent from the same period last year.
The busy airport saw a rise in footfall of 13.7 per cent for the first half of the year to 27.93 million with air cargo also increased.
The telecoms operator made a net profit of Dhs325.5 million in the second quarter of the year.
The UAE accounts for the largest share of the region’s construction market, according to new research.
Property giant Emaar reports 2012 profit rise citing Dubai’s strengthening economy.
Dubai Property oversupply is vanishing fast, says Peter Cooper, editor of Arabianmoney.net
The UAE telecom operator has ruled out any new investments until 2014.
Dubai-based property developer Emaar plans to create a mixed-use development in the area.
The food and beverage company made a net profit of Dhs56 million during the first half of the year.
UAE’s leading telecoms company may also look to raise its stakes in other affiliates with high population markets.
Average residential rents for both villas and apartments in the emirate increased during Q2 2012, says new study.
The logistics firm said weakness in Egypt and investment costs in new African operations weighed on its results.
The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) economy posted a ‘GDP’ of $3.13 billion in 2011, up seven per cent from 2010.
The utility company is not planning to issue a bond despite a drop in borrowing costs, its CEO has said.
Three of the country’s largest banks have all posted positive results with First Gulf Bank reporting a 14 per cent profit rise.
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank posted a net profit of Dhs733 million for the second quarter of the year.
Residents can now complete residential and commercial tenancy contract registration at select post offices.
The private equity firm announced that Tom Speechley, senior partner at Abraaj, will take over as the CEO of UK-based Aureos.
NBAD, the largest bank by market value in the UAE, saw second quarter profit grow on higher net interest income.
The UAE-based bank made a net profit of Dhs1.02 billion during the period, beating analysts’ forecasts.
As Tiffany & Co. announce a new JV in the region, a global report says the luxury goods market is growing.
Finance Minister Sheikh Hamdan says the country will fill any gap “from its own resources.”
Three UAE cities feature in the list that ranks cities on economic and social factors, labour rights and quality of life.
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